Expanding possibilities for inclusive learning

Black-Hawkins, Kristine and Grinham-Smith, Ashley (2022) Expanding possibilities for inclusive learning. Unlocking Research Series . Routledge, London. ISBN 978-0367684624

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While many teachers articulate a strong commitment to the values of equity and excellence underpinning inclusive education, they are often anxious about teaching increasingly diverse classes of children. This book, co-authored by researchers and practitioners, offers a strong foundation in the key principles, theories and debates that underpin current understandings of inclusive education and their implications for the development of inclusive learning for all members of a school’s community. Drawing on a wide range of recent research and practice, Expanding Possibilities for Inclusive Learning offers perspectives on inclusion from teachers, school leaders, other practitioners, children and parents. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs, knowledge and practices as they plan to expand possibilities for inclusive learning in their own context. Each chapter provides reflective and practical activities to support practitioners to try out ideas in classrooms and schools. As part of the Unlocking Research series, the book draws on recent research to enrich the professional development of student and practising teachers, teaching assistants and school leaders. The examples of practice and reflective activities that run throughout offer authentic opportunities to challenge existing practices and policies and bring about meaningful change.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Learning & Education > Curriculum
Learning & Education > Educational Psychology
Learning & Education > Learning & Education in Psychology
Learning & Education > Special Needs Education
Department/People: Department of Education and Training
URI: https://repository.tavistockandportman.ac.uk/id/eprint/2739

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